Wall Street Fundamentals Releases New In-Depth Stock Reports on AAPL, MMM, MO and RHI

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U.S. markets continued to fall Monday on growing concerns from emerging markets. Last week’s sell-off was triggered a drop in Chinese manufacturing activity, raising fears of a potential slowdown in global economic growth. "The current period of market turmoil may have slower emerging-market growth and the prospect of less accommodative Fed policy at its heart, but it has a lot of regional sub-drivers: China's shadow banking system, politics in Turkey, strikes in South Africa, more politics in Argentina, to name but a few," said Kit Juckes, Global Head of Currency Strategy at Societe Generale. "There are too many fires burning to expect them to all blow out simultaneously."

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL - News) shares traded in the range of $545.75 to $554.80 Monday before settling to close at $550.50, an increase of 0.81 percent. The stock appears to be facing some resistance at the $552.08 and $571.37 levels with some support at $543.87. The company reported earnings of $13.07 billion, or $14.50 per share, for the first quarter of fiscal 2014, slightly lower than the 13.08 billion posted a year ago. Shares of Apple have gained approximately 25.0 percent in the past year.

More information on Apple and access to the free equity report can be found at:
www.WallStreetFundamentals.com/AAPL

3M Co. (NYSE:MMM - News) shares traded in the range of $128.66 to $130.59 Monday before settling to close at $128.96, a decrease of 0.97 percent. The stock appears to be facing some resistance at the $129.81 and $134.86 levels with some support at $126.23. The company is scheduled to release quarterly results before market open on Thursday, January 30th. Shares of 3M have gained approximately 28.0 percent in the past year.

More information on 3M and access to the free equity report can be found at:
www.WallStreetFundamentals.com/MMM

Altria Group Inc. (NYSE:MO - News) shares traded in the range of $36.70 to $37.32 Monday before settling to close at $36.83, a decrease of 1.26 percent. The stock appears to be facing some resistance at the $36.85 and $37.27 levels with some support at $35.85. The company is scheduled to release quarterly results before market open on Thursday, January 30th. Shares of Altria Group have gained approximately 28.0 percent in the past year.

More information on Altria Group and access to the free equity report can be found at:
www.WallStreetFundamentals.com/MO

Robert Half International Inc. (NYSE:RHI - News) shares traded in the range of $40.24 to $41.48 Monday before settling to close at $41.24, an increase of 3.07 percent. The stock appears to be facing some resistance at the $41.36 and $42.10 levels with some support at $40.40. The company is scheduled to release quarterly results before market open on Thursday, January 30th. Shares of Robert Half International have gained approximately 25.0 percent in the past year.

More information on Robert Half International and access to the free equity report can be found at:
www.WallStreetFundamentals.com/RHI

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